A total of 37 Chinese companies made it to the top 100 global mobile game publishers by revenue in October, generating a combined income of $1.91 billion, according to analyst firm Sensor Tower. This accounts for 38.7% of the total revenue generated by the top 100 mobile game publishers worldwide during the period. HoYoverse’s Honkai: Star Rail saw an 11% month-to-month increase in overseas revenue last month, reclaiming the global mobile game top spot. Tencent’s PUBG dropped to second place, while HoYoverse’s Genshin Impact took third place. Notably, the fourth position was taken by Whiteout Survival, a survival strategy game centering on a glacial apocalypse theme developed by Century Games. [Sensor Tower, in Chinese]